26 Apr '11, 2pm

Strait Times ทิ้งท้ายการวิเคราะห์ที่ว่านี่คือสัญญาณการ "รัฐประหาร" ...สัญญาณแรงยิ่งกว่าทำสงครามกับกัมพูชาเสียอีกนะเน...

Strait Times ทิ้งท้ายการวิเคราะห์ที่ว่านี่คือสัญญาณการ "รัฐประหาร" ...สัญญาณแรงยิ่งกว่าทำสงครามกับกัมพูชาเสียอีกนะเน...

"Red Shirts" anti-government protesters gather to mark the first anniversary of clashes between government troops and protesters in Bangkok on April 10, 2011. -- PHOTO: AFP BANGKOK - THAI police said they had raided on Tuesday more than a dozen community radio stations, which are believed to be sympathetic to the opposition 'Red Shirt' movement. Officials from the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission and the Thai police's Central Investigation Bureau searched about 14 local stations in the Bangkok area, police colonel Supisarn Pakdinaruenart said. Police Lieutenant Colonel Udom Sukprasert said the raids were in response to a request from telecommunication officials, who said they were unlicensed. But local media reports said the stations had links to the anti-government Red Shirts, whose mass rallies in Bangkok descended into bloodshed in April and May o...

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straitstimes.com 28 Apr '11, 4am

BANGKOK - RED-SHIRT leaders said on Wednesday that Tuesday's raids on several community-radio stations linked to the movem...

Refund of radio and television licence fees completed

Refund of radio and television licence fees com...

asiaone.com 26 Apr '11, 10am

SINGAPORE - The Media Development Authority has fully refunded the 2011 radio and television licence fees to those who hav...